Sino-U.S. Ties Need New Strategies to Tackle Old Challenges
The U.S. president’s three-day state visit to China ended up with dazzling trade deals worth over $250 billion. It seemed the most pressing issue on the agenda would have a respite. We can well recall the bonhomie of the Mar-a-Lago meeting this April, which defused the trade-war bomb between China and the U.S. Later, in August, U.S. President Donald Trump authorized a Section 301 investigation against China, causing ripples of anxiety among the public about trade conflicts again. For all the seeming friendliness, the ballast effect of U.S.-China economic cooperation has diminished, and the relations between the two megapowers of the world are striding into a new era.
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